Speech Pathology

We support children with a range of needs to develop communication skills. Our speech pathologists work with you and their multi-disciplinary team, to develop a service that is unique to your child’s needs.

A flexible approach to developing communication:

  • Oral communication
  • Bilingualism
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Australian sign language (Auslan)
  • Speech (articulation) and language development
  • Literacy and narrative (storytelling) skills
  • Use of social language skills (playing, making friends)
  • Listening and memory (including Auditory Processing)
  • Assessments- observational and standardised

How they do it

  • Individual therapy (with child, family and key people in the child’s life)
  • Small groups
  • Remote services and telehealth (Skype)
  • Working alongside parents/carers and key people in the child’s life (including educators, teachers, grandparents)
  • Clinic-based and within community settings

The outcomes

Our specialist will work with you and your family to develop goals to suit your child’s individual needs. Progress and outcomes will be monitored and reported to track your child’s progress.

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